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Wilfredo Yanes sits on his motorcycle Oct. 17, 2012, shows pictures of his late son Ebed Jaasiel Yanes, 15, at the site where he was shot dead, allegedly by soldiers in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. According to his relatives, Yanes was killed by soldiers early May 27, when he was riding a motorcycle near a military checkpoint. (Associated Press)
Photo by: Esteban Felix
Wilfredo Yanes sits on his motorcycle Oct. 17, 2012, shows pictures of his late son Ebed Jaasiel Yanes, 15, at the site where he was shot dead, allegedly by soldiers in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. According to his relatives, Yanes was killed by soldiers early May 27, when he was riding a motorcycle near a military checkpoint. (Associated Press)

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